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#1 Politics & Power

These Unknown Officials Could Hold the Balance of Power in 2020

National donors are starting to pour money into races for secretaries of state.

#2 Acumen

It's Harder to Become a Hair-Braider Than an EMT. Who's to Blame?

This roadblock for small businesses is motivating the left and right to act.

#3 Flashback

When Sexploitation Goes Bad. Like Very Bad

A single moment, in all its ugliness, can transform everything.


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#4 The Huddle

Meet the Rookie WNBA Coach Who Is Married to the Game

Will Nicki Collen’s atypical path to the WNBA resonate with fans in Atlanta?

#5 Good Sh*t

Dodge Trains While You Shop at Thailand's Craziest Market

Here the sellers need to take breaks to let a passenger locomotive move through.

#6 Good Sh*t

Honoring the Human History of Hurt: Museums That Celebrate Pain

These halls of horror pay homage to seriously twisted times in our past.

#7 Acumen

How Do You Keep Good Employees? Care for Their Families

Could baby bonuses, more family leave and flex time become the norm? These companies are banking on it. 

#8 Provocateurs

The Thai Filmmaker Documenting Life at the Margins

Nontawat Numbenchapol’s new documentary took him to a militarized border between Thailand and Myanmar, a country warring with its ethnic minorities.

#9 True Story

How Was Your Day ... Migrant Sex Worker?

“I don’t love what I do, and I definitely hate being raped, but I like the feeling of belonging with the other whores.”

#10 Fast Forward

It's Official: 'Digital Citizenship' Classes Are the New Normal in Schools

After years as an add-on subject, “DigCit” is becoming a core component of school curricula.


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This Crazy Sport Has Taken Over Argentina … and No, It’s Not Soccer

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